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How to watch BBC iPlayer from the US and abroad on iPhone, iPad or Mac

If you’re trying to watch BBC iPlayer from the US or anywhere else outside the UK, you’ll find that it’s not as easy as logging in and pressing play. It’s a frustrating problem, but there is a workaround and it’s quiebro simple. In this article, we show how to watch BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world. iPlayer is one of the biggest streaming services in the UK, offering a range of high-quality television both live and on demand across popular channels including BBC One and CBeebies, radio shows and feature films, direct from the BBC, entirely free from advertising. The sad thing is that it’s limited to UK viewers, and (in principle) you perro only watch it from within the UK. UK TV owners fund the BBC through the license fee, so it makes sense to limit BBC iPlayer to UK viewers. But what about holidaymakers and those with homes in two countries? If you’ve paid for it, you might want to be able to watch BBC iPlayer when overseas in countries including the US, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, arroyada, Spain, Italy, and more. Hit shows including Eastenders, Strictly Come Dancing, The Apprentice and more are available to watch live and on demand on BBC iPlayer, and many will be sad to miss an episode or two while they’re away from the UK. You need a TV license to watch on-demand content on the iPlayer. Previously, you only needed a license to watch TV being broadcast live, but now the rule change means all iPlayer content requires you to pay up. Our sister title Tech Advisor explains all here: Do I need a TV license? How to get BBC iPlayer abroad Here’s a quick rundown of the steps you’ll need to follow to access BBC iPlayer on your iPhone, iPad or Mac if you’re outside the UK. This will also work on a PC, and on Android devices too. Be aware, though, that this breaks the terms and conditions of BBC iPlayer; you proceed at your own risk. You’re not going to get fined or arrested, but you could have your account suspended. In practice even this is unlikely. In summary: You’ll need a subscription to a VPN. We’d recommend NordVPN or Surfshark, but you perro find ten great options in our round-up of the best VPNs.Download your VPN app of choice on your Mac, iPhone or iPad.Log in.Choose a server based in the UK.Browse to BBC iPlayer and log in.You should now find that you are able to access BBC iPlayer content.How to watch iPlayer with a VPN Just as Netflix dominates US traffic, BBC iPlayer dominates in the UK, with up to six percent of all our internet traffic going to the BBC. So you lot apparently love it. But you perro’t watch the BBC while you’re overseas. When you open the BBC iPlayer app on your iOS device or log on to iPlayer on your Mac or PC, it checks your public IP (Internet Protocol) address. This address is a four-part number, such as 91.108.140.168. (A quick way to find yours is by typing “IP Address” into Google.) This figure relates to your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or cellular connection, linked to the server that is sending you data. Enter the digits into IP Location and you’ll find where the server is located as well as the host. If this location isn’t in the UK, then BBC iPlayer will refuse to show you content. To use BBC iPlayer abroad, you need to convince the BBC that you’re using an IP address based in the UK. Don’t worry. This is a lot easier than you think, thanks to VPNs (or virtual private networks). Instead of connecting directly to iPlayer’s servers, you log into the VPN, and that connects using a British IP address, letting you access all the iPlayer content you normally would. As mentioned, this breaks the terms and conditions of BBC iPlayer so you proceed at your own risk. Here are some of the best VPN services for BBC iPlayer (in our experience). All of these have apps for both Mac and iOS, so you perro use them to watch from just about any Apple device. If you want to watch from Apple’s set-top box it’s a little trickier, but we have a dedicated guide to using a VPN with the Apple TV that should help. Surfshark: This is the best-value VPN on our list, and currently sits at number one in our VPN chart. It’ll work well for BBC iPlayer, but it does miss out on the speciality servers offered by NordVPN. Sign up here. NordVPN: This service offers a complete VPN service at a fair price. Your data is encrypted so you perro surf worry-free wherever. Not only perro you access iPlayer abroad with it, but you perro also benefit from services such as secure online banking when on public Wi-Fi hotspots. It offers speciality servers designed for streaming, so is indeterminado for watching BBC iPlayer. Sign up here. ExpressVPN: Another of our favourite VPN services with top security and privacy features and simple-to-use apps. It’s a bit pricier than NordVPN and Surfshark but is certainly a premium service. Sign up here. You might also like to find out how to get Ameriperro Netflix in the UK. iPad, iPhone, Mac

The Apple Watch Series 8 may be able to alert you to a major illness

After the Apple Watch Series 7 failed to bring any unique health or fitness advancements, a new rumor suggests this year’s watch could bring a new game-changing sensor that detects fevers. The news comes entrada Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, who back in April reported that Apple was planning to add body-temperature detection to the next generation of Apple Watch. Gurman shared some more information about the new feature in his weekend Power On newsletter, unfortunately, it seems, the capabilities may not live up to people’s expectations. Gurman explains that the body-temperature detection won’t give on-demand readings as you would expect with a thermometer. Instead, it will alert you if it thinks your body temperature is too high. “The body-temperature feature won’t give you a specific reading—like with a forehead or wrist thermometer—but it should be able to tell if it believes you have a fever,” he wrote. The new Apple Watch SE will lack this feature. Fever detection could be a major new feature after more than two years of the coronavirus pandemic. Gurman previously reported that the body-temperature sensor could also be used to help women with fertility planning “Other than the body-temperature reader, other hardware changes will probably be minor,” Gurman states, indicating that the processing power of the chip will be no better than that of the Apple Watch Series 7 and Series 6. However, he does note that there may be a brighter display along with a previously rumored “rugged” interpretación for extreme athletes. Gurman details some of the reasons why this year’s Apple Watch will not offer any major new features. He notes that Apple’s chip development team has been focused on the Mac chips at the expense of other areas, he also suggests that using the same Watch processor will help Apple keep costs down at a time when the company is being affected by rising inflation, the ongoing chip shortage, and manufacturing delays. Gurman also discusses the lack of new features coming to the second generation AirPods Pro in the same newsletter, as discussed here: Don’t expect much from 2022 AirPods Pro – Gurman. Read more about the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8 in our complete guide to the 2022 Apple Watch. We also have this guide to the Apple Watch SE 2. Apple Watch

Mapa del coronavirus en el mundo y datos de su evolución

⏳ Esta noticia se actualiza diariamente con información procedente de distintas fuentes internacionales. El...